[...] NIGHT OF THE HORNS - Pierre Boulez Saal

Artists

Radek Baborák

French Horn & Musical Direction

Radovan Vlatkovic

French Horn

Paolo Toledo

French Horn

Jörg Brückner

French Horn

Jan Musil

French Horn

Mikoláš Koska

French Horn

Katerina Javurkova

French Horn

Tunca Dogu

French Horn

Andrej Zust

French Horn

Ben Goldscheider

French Horn

Carlos Eduardo Alves Silva Pinho

French Horn

Merav Goldman

Wagner Tuba

László Gál

Wagner tuba

Sebastian Posch

Wagner tuba

Georg Pohle

Wagner tuba

Aleš Bárta

E-Orgel

Miloš Bok

Conductor, Composer

Klaus Wallendorf

Moderation

Program

Charles Koechlin

Monodie for Solo Horn Op. 213

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

12 Duos for two Horns K. 487 / K. 496a

Excerpts

Anton Reicha

24 Trios for 3 Horns Op. 82

Excerpts

Gioachino Rossini

"Rendez-vous de Chasse" for 4 Horns

Louis-François Dauprat

Horn Sextett Op. 10 No. 1

Tyndare Gruyer

La Messe de Saint Hubert for 4 Horns and Organ

Introit

Albert Sombrun

La Messe de Saint Hubert for 4 Horns and Organ

Kyrie, Offertoire

Gustav Rochard , Gustav Rochard

La Messe de Saint Hubert

Élévation for Solo Horn

Jules Cantin

La Messe de Saint Hubert for 4 Horns and Organ

Sortie

Olivier Messiaen

Appel interstellaire for Solo Horn

from Des Canyons aux étoiles...

Paul Hindemith

Sonata for 4 Horns

Ferenc Sterbak , František Sterbak

Horn Sextet

World Premiere

Miloš Bok

De Profundis für 4 Horns, 4 Wagner Tubas and Organ

Kerry Turner

Farewell to Red Castle

Theme and Variations for 8 Horns

Camille Saint-Saëns

Andante for Horn and Organ

Giovanni Gabrieli

Canzon per sonar septimi toni à 8

Arranged for 8 Horns by Verne Reynolds

Johann Sebastian Bach

Prelude and Fugue in A minor BWV 895

Arranged for 8 Horns by L.E. Shaw

Ludwig van Beethoven

Overture to "Egmont" Op. 84

Arranged for 8 Horns by Alan Civil

Anton Bruckner

Symphony No. 9 in D minor: Movement I

Arranged for 8 Horns, 4 Wagner Tubas and Organ by Miloš Bok

Approximate running time: 3h 15m with two intermissions

Following the Night of the Clarinets and the Night of the Oboes in seasons past, the horn takes center stage this time in an unsual program full of musical discoveries. Radek Baborák and 12 fellow horn players perform original compositions and arrangements from four centuries.

In addition to the concert program, the Mozart Auditorium will be open from 2pm for the following events:

•    2pm -5pm „Horn Exhibition“ – Free admission
•    5pm – open end: „Horn Studio“ by Dietmar Dürk – Free admission with concert ticket
•    5pm - 5:15pm: Lecture by Dietmar Dürk about horn making
•    During intermission: Lecture by Dietmar Dürk about horn making and the history of the horn